With no plan B, Brexit stakes for aviation sector are sky high

The EU-US Open Skies agreement was signed in 2007, liberalising aviation between the two continents, but when the UK leaves the bloc it will no longer be under the auspices of the rules, meaning a replicated or newly devised agreement will be needed.

The UK, as part of the EU, has enjoyed the fruits of this agreement arguably more than most, given the rapid growth in airport passenger numbers and two of the most dominant low-cost…

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